About your Search

20121001
20121031
SHOW
Today 18
( more )
STATION
WMAR (ABC) 55
WTTG 55
WBAL (NBC) 54
WRC 52
WUSA (CBS) 30
WBFF (FOX) 29
WJLA 28
FOXNEWS 26
CNNW 21
MSNBC 16
MSNBCW 15
KGO (ABC) 13
CNN 11
CSPAN 9
CSPAN2 6
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 470
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 470 (some duplicates have been removed)
claam a 9-to-6 victory on thh road... in city.at first... the ravens group of kansas city chieff... who eeentually helpee out the ravensswith four turnovers... three of which led to scores, and 8 penalties...it's a good thing too... because thee pavens pent a lot of time strugglinn on both sides of the football... and according to the quarterback... you haae to give them a lot of credit, flacco soteir struggles. sot the next game is sunday... against the cowboys. the pope's butler will spend 18 monnhs in an italian prison...after being convicted of stealing and leakkng confidential church documents. documents.paolo gabriele waa convicted in a vactican city court over the weekend.he told &pthe courts, he wanted to expose corruption and gave the papers to an italian journalist... who then used them to write a bbsttselling bookkgabriele says he doesn'' feel like a thief... becauue the church and his leader.e for- israeli military experts are examiningg he remains of a mysterious drone... shot down after entering israeli airspace.it's believed hh unmanned vessel didn't takk &plebanon.is
here in maryland. a big mess is left to clean up in one spot, ocean city, we first began reporting the problems as san day made her way to landfall. tim is live. >> reporter: the freezing rain has let up a bit. we are getting it on and off and the wind gusts that you saw yesterday are gone. sandy was the uponster that we all -- monster that we all feared. it's going to take days to determine the devastation. millions of americans are waking up impacted. 5million americans are without power this morning. new york city, lower manhattan devastated, encountered severe flooding, stock exchange is not going to open today. new jersey, parts of new jersey are completely under water. people needing to be rescued and evacuated. one hospital in lower manhattan had to be evacuated. small babies. it was a devastating storm, enormous surge, 13 feet in new york city. people stranded all throughout the region and 8 states that are going to have snow. >> tim, where you are in ocean city, maryland, there at the point of the atlantic ocean, you are trapped there. there was a mandatory evacuation set
. blumberg said he spoke with the president and his team of staff tuesday and the city would but first thehem city officials have a lot of things to do. is blamed for 50 nearly 70the u.s. and more and caribbean. the storm left 8 million customers without power nationwide. working around the clock thery to restore power to customersousands of in the d.c. region. they are making progress. numbersok at the latest -- most of those outages are in anne arundel county. power outages could make the tricky forittle headed back to school this morning and people get to work. out another school closed, in howard bowman bridge. those at the top of the screen. brianne carter has more. morning. prince george's county schools announcement yesterday schools would be open but that the appeal -- but xl academy -- excel academy, the lights are willut we don't know if it reopen. is not beente updated. we called a 24-hour weather line. queen elementary school, we're not sure about that school either. we are still waiting on that. has been out at these two schools. the power companies have been working around the c
be big weel. 3 the city has completed the first step in a plan to make the edgar allan poe house and museum self-suuficient.the attraction has been urnnd over to the b-ann-o railroad &pmuseum.ooer the next year... with a newly-established non- prooit organization to get the poe house running again. again.it cost tte city 85- thousand dollars a year to peep the poo house open before officials cut off funding in 2010 and closed it.the museemm ii expected to re-opee next year.the famous author lived at he west baltimore location from 11-32 to 18-35. coming up on tte early edition... an x-factor school... tooits feet. feet.the surprise performance givvn by a local musician. 3 ((break 1)) krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent aud
to the weekend, lots going on. >> but first hailing a cab in any big city is a challenge, but now d.c. is becoming the first place in the u.s. to use technology that's already a huge hit overseas. we'll explain how it works. >>> hailing a cab in d.c. is sometimes easier said than done, but don't worry. there's now an app for that. today marked the launch of the my taxi service in the city and you use it on your phone. here's how it works. drivers can sign up to take part in the service. once you sign in to say you need a cab it uses gps to find the closest one to you and sends it your way. at the end of the ride you can pay using paypal or a preloaded credit card on your account. to learn more go to our website www.wusa9.com. >>> white is topping the list of most popular car colors this year. the annual survey by an automotive paint supplier finds that 22% of the cars and trucks built for model year 2012 have white paint. silver vehicles account for 20%. black, gray and red round out the top five. > a woman dying of cancer is hoping her story about the tsa prevents other people from
. >> the swearing-in took place two weeks ago, but this is the first time the city council gets to publicly interview him. this is the first time the citizens of the opportunity to articulate their concerns. this is a ceremonial, quite frankly, at this point in time. the people should have been involved on the front end. >> i spoke to the mayor's office and a spokesman for the mayor said that the mayor spent hours meeting with community leaders throughout the community. in fact she met with 28 different community leaders and organizations. the belair community association, the baltimore jewish council, the archdiocese of baltimore, the baltimore branch of the naacp, just to name a few of these folks she met with about this nomination. reporting live at city hall, wbal-tv 11 news. >> one of the officers accused in the beating of the university of maryland students testified in his own defense today. lowell melser is live where a judge dropped the most serious offense against the two officers. >> defense attorneys were able to convince the judge to drop the most serious charge in this case, f
spike that includes the city's first murder of the year. early sunday morning, 36-year- old lamont ellis was found shot dead in an alley. friends and family members gathered at a vigil last night and while fox 5 was working the story, shots rang out nearby. officers raced to that scene. it turned out to be a street fight involving 15 to 20 people along west south street. one person was stabbed and is in serious condition. no word for the two incidents are related. >>> a local university professor killed in a tragic accident in northwest. a driver hay medical emergency and lost control of her vehicle. she hit professor rhett leverett as he stood on the sidewalk at sixth and e street. he taught history at marymount with an emphasis on european history. he was 60 years old. >>> protesters will continue today to mark the one-year anniversary of the occupy d.c. movement. protesters will hold a veteran march at noon at freedom plaza as well as a protest tonight in front of the bank of america on vermont and l street. yesterday, protester marched on freedom plaza to the commerce building. they
? there's a new app for that. today my taxi launches here in d.c., itself first city in the u.s. to get the popular system from europe. you heard how the system works first this morning right here on 9news now. >> press the button and then you see all the taxis around you. the first one accepts your request. you can follow on the screen when the taxi is arriving, where the taxi is at and you have a countdown showing you when to go outside so you don't have to wait in the rain. >> the app is free for smartphones. riders won't pay any more for their fares than the standard rate. cabbies will pay 99 cents a ride starting next year. >>> if you bought a new white or silver car this year, our tea good company. those have been the top vehicle color choices. 22% of cars and trucks built for the 2012 model year have white paint. silver at 20%. black in third place followed by gray and red. and if you love beer, this news is for you. out of 150 countries studied, it takes the least amount of time to earn a beer in the united states. swiss bank ubs says it takes americans just five minutes on the
enough as it is. job charles will throw out the first pitch. the city fire department will bring out the colors for everyone to see. >>> a high school student shot at perry hall high school, got to throw out the first pitch. his guidance counselor tossed the ball. he was is not the cafeteria. the guidance counselor is credited with tackling the gunman and keeping everyone safe. >>> we have a special section on our website, dedicated to the orioles magic of the season. log on to abc 2 news.com/orioles, finds the latest o's news and pictures, everything you want, you can have the opportunity to show off your orioles pride. abc2news.com/orioles. before the o's took the field, we were watching the other birds in town , the baltimore ravens, they were in kansas city taking on the chiefs and squeaked out a win. it was pitiful. the final score, there 9-6, it was a battle of the kickers, neither side scored a touchdown, the entire game. the ravens are 4-1, on top of the a the fc north. the ravens will be home this coming sunday to take on the dallas cowboy, kickoff is 1:00. a long standing r
much for coming? >> thank so you much for having us. >> washington, d.c., first city in the united states. you're really big in europe. why did you pick washington? >> well, washington is just ready for a taxi app like my taxi. we figured is that we for the first time bring transparency to the market. also we have a very strong partner called car to go which is a subsidy of dimeler and they're already very big over here. we're hoping to make use of our potential and kind of bring a new subject to the whole transportation system in d.c. >> you've got a little bit of competition so far from the likes of a livery system, not entirely a taxi system. taxi magic which really hasn't had a big foothold here in washington. how does your app work? what makes it different from the other apps that are available? >> well, first of all, we target a bigger group of people so my taxi is designed for everyone out there. what we exrait is a connection between the -- we create is a connection between the driver and the passenger which makes it very individual for both sides. >> basically if you are l
of the city's first post season baseball game in 79 years. >> i'm matt jablow where people were hoping to buy tickets. some fans unable to attend tomorrow's 1:00 game. >> absolutely. >> after the announcement to major league baseball, which came yesterday afternoon. >> very difficult because he is waiting day by day. >> that tomorrow's game would start at 1:00. >> i wish it was at night. >> thousands of fans with tickets to the game have had to either give up their tickets or figure out a way to leave work. >> is there anything available for tomorrow? >> mike who owns his own electrical supply company is now hoping to buy tickets from an unlucky person unable to attend tomorrow's game. >> can you check your other box office? >> he observes that were it not all by required, the yank keys play their games in prime time, it's likely the nationals would have been able to play at night and this entire problem could have been avoided. >> after we get into the playoffs for several years to come, we'll be right there in prime time as well. >> yankees. >> you got it. >> matt jablow, 9new
city, we are dealing with another accident on frank first, at hanover street. if you are traveling through the fort mc henry, there is nothing to get in your way, harbor ton leal be clear. here is what the west side looks like at baltimore national pike, no problems what solve, it will be clear from 795 rs down to 95. >>> baltimore county firefighter is charged with sexually abusing two teen boys. linda so is life at county police headquarter with the latest. it seems police are working to get the man's photograph out there. why are they doing that? >> reporter: police believe there are victims who have yet to come forward. parents, take a good look at this picture. 23 year old, anthony cotel of owings mills is accused of sexually abusing two, 14-year- old boys. one of the victims contacted police last week and told them cotel abused him while living with his family and said he witnessed cotel abusing one of his friend's at his house. cotel is a probationary firefighter with the baltimore county fire department and active volunteer with the landsdown firefighter department, he has
violent day including the city's first murder this year. fox 5's karen gray houston is live in frederick with the latest. >> reporter: there was a murder here sunday and it was the first murder in frederick this year. this is the city that only had two homicides in all of last year. 36-year-old lamont ellis was gunned down early sunday morning about 2 a.m. shot multiple times according to police found in mullinex alley. his friends gathered for a vigil tonight at the very spot where he was killed. they believe he was the victim of an attempted robbery, but police say they have not yet determined a motive. meanwhile gunfire rang out around 5:30 this evening in the 300 block of west south street, shots that could be heard from police headquarters. area residents say somebody started firing a weapon after a big street fight involving 15 or 20 people. police say one person was stabbed and is in serious condition. no word on whether the two incidents are connected. police are waiting for autopsy results on lamont ellis. >> we believe he was downtown at some of our downtown establishments. we
to improve anytime soon. brad has been in ocean city, md., sandy first arrived. some shelterg right now. i thought this was going to calm down. in fact, the wind speed has storm hasbecause the tooser as it came shore in new jersey. ,t is nasty looking, certainly are about half the what they were when [inaudible] blowing in.n stille you can see which way the wind blowing. are heading toward another in a few hours. we had a high tide this morning at 8:00 that was pretty dramatic. up and overoming the sea wall. pretty substantial. this is an example of the power of those waves. is one of the benches they very heavy cast-iron bench. it was drawn into this garden. as was this bench. another one over there. it is pretty much like that up and down the boardwalk. you can see some of the debris out here. you can see the sand starting to on the boardwalk as the and thecomes exposed comes walking around the buildings. -- would been around the buildings. about theconcern flooding and there was a lot of flooding in ocean city big 16 street south all the way to the image, a block behind the boardwalk, a
towards ocean city right now. when we first got to ocean city, one of the first things that we noticed was the pier, that fishing gear that was down in the area of the inlet. >> we did see video a little earlier. that was amazing. >> let's go to lowell melser now in ocean city. compared to yesterday, you look relatively dry right now. >> i am dry, as a matter of fact. the temperature has really dropped. i think roy was talking about the fishing pier. we had that in one of our stories earlier. most of the front of it got wiped out. the beach erosion that happen here, you can see here a lot of the damage to the fencing that was done and a lot of the sand that was pushed over the dunes. the army corps of engineers was going up and down the coast, assessing all the damage that has been done here. while they did do their job to protect the homes and businesses behind them, they did manage to erode some of the area here. they will spend the next couple of days trying to assess the situation here as far as what was done to the sand dunes. atll have more coming up 6:00. lowell melser, wbal-tv
, briefing the media on what is going on at ocean city at this point. first of all, there is flooding all along the coastal highway. i want to repeat that, flooding all along the coastal highway. we are not only getting the surge coming over the dern -- the dunes, there is one coming off of the bayside as well, spilling over into coastal highway. if you go to my twitter account, you can see the pictures i took earlier as we were driving away. these pictures, you will not believe where the water is. 17th street and south is closed. there are other portions that are also closed. last night we learned that the rte. 50 bridge into the city was closed and remains closed. the rte. 90 bridge is open. however, there is flooding at the base want to get into ocean city. police are not letting traffic goes south. they are making exceptions for media and emergency personnel. keep in mind, if someone is coming into the city for some reason, be prepared, you will only be able to go north once you come off the roof 90 bridge. we were driving out and about and noticed the flooding that you see here is an
the shooting of a child. ccild. keith daniels streaminn live at city hall story you saw first on fox.. ////////////////////keith/////// //////// jeff and jennifer.... mayor stephanie rawlings blake reminded us today.. that officer john ward is still on admiiistrative leave.. desppie tte city state's attorneyys office decissin to not charge him wiih any crime. ////////////////////vo////////// ////// 3&p rosecutors made the decision in august.. but after we called following up on the innestigation. in a statement.. prosecutorr say simply..ttere's insufficient against ward. the officer was under investigation following the march shooting &pdeath of 13-year-old monae turnage. ward, who's out the eastern district,,was suspended when policc found the gun that killed the girl in the ttunk of ward's personal car. prosecutors say he won'' facc criminall &pcharges.. and the mayor ///////////////////sot////////// //////// (mayor rawlings bbake) "i stand by what i saad before.... officer, thhught of the allegations.. itts hard to imaaine the ppin that that would cause that family. she
, but this is the first time the city council is to publicly interview him. this is the first time the citizens have an opportunity to articulate their concerns. this is ceremonial, quite frankly, at this point in time. this should have been on the front end. >> i spoke with the mayor's office. they say the mayor spoke with community leaders before the process took place. she met with eight groups. that includes the bel air association, northwest citizens on patrol, the baltimore jewish council, the baltimore archdiocese, and the baltimore branch of the naacp. these are just a few of the groups that the mayor met with when she was deciding the process of this new commissioner. wbal-tv 11 news. >> other than high thin clouds blocking the sun at times, beautiful day across the mid- atlantic. you can see those clouds moving from the south to the northeast. and not producing any precipitation, although there are showers up and through the great lakes. there are mild temperatures in our area, mostly the 60's across the state from the mountains to the bay and the coast. we are in for a pleasant night toni
started the fire. >>> if -- two no leads or suspects in two shootings forbaltimore city detectives. first sunday morning on north de -- belnord. a man walked into a hospital after being shot on westington street. >>> the liquor board has a scheduled hearing for 2 in the afternoon to discuss the future of the bar that captured headlines this summer following two murderers in july. a security guard was stabbed to death while breaking up a fight. >>> and the trial for robert jarrett is set to begin today. jar set charged with killing his first -- jarrett is charged with killing his first wife and burying her beneath the shed in their home. the remains were found in rilafter his current wife gave police permission to search the property. >>> chefs from all over baltimore are coming together this evening supporting a campaign aimed at fighting childhood hunger. share our strength no kid hungry campaign teaches families how to cook healthy affordable meals. >>> high school students took to the streets with a message. the group intersection went door to door through northeast baltimore asking ot
to fight obesity. if it passes, richmond would become the first city to impose just a tax on businesses. the town hall meeting starts at 7:00 in richmond. >>> let's quickly check in with sal, see what's happening in the commute. >> let's go out and show -- let's take a look at the commute. 880, a little bit slow as you come through. bay bridge toll plaza that is backed up for a 20-minute delay. if you are in san jose, northbound 101 you will see some slow traffic there. let's go back to the studio. we have fock out there. once that fog burns off and then sunny. a little cooler. we look for rain. so the ra paid looks -- so the parade looks okay. all eyes on sandy. that's off the chart. it's incredible how strong this system is getting stronger. >> how -- >> the eye is almost 25 miles wide. winds, out 1 -- storm winds out 500 miles. >> wow. >> okay. well, that's our report for this morning. we thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the mex time news breaks. be sure to join the news at noon for more on hurricane sandy as steve said, it's just about to bear down on the ne
. if you are going anywhere, definitely call ahead first. >>> subway system, the city streets, sandy is making a mess of lands marks all over new york city. >> how the super storm took a bite out of one of the buildings in the big apple. . a live shot at the nation's capitol, the capitol building along the mall. see the winds whipping the flags. [ female announcer ] having grands biscuits in the morning is easy. pop them in, go about your business, and in just 15 minutes, your family can enjoy warm fresh from the oven biscuits. pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> now, super storm sandy, a live shot in coney island, much of this amusement park, under water is beginning tuesday. a lot of new york and lower manhattan are under water this morning, too. >> new york was hit hard by this storm. the city that never sleeps in the dark, we are talking about roads, subways, they are floo
webber ndour came initiatiies forr he city's the first day of school aad on one of the teachers who knew him said 'this boy hasn't been in school for days and days and ays,' and we apppoached him and said this is oing oo be a very different school year for ou. we expect to see you here." in eighth grade, williams missed just five days of schhol. the following year just two. at 17 he's now a sophommre in high school with perfect attendance and his grades have improoed, and b-plusses nd one a." a johns hopkins niversity study estimates 5 tt 7 and a half million k-12 students are chronically absent each year. that mmans they miss one pchool day oot of every 10. marrland -- where the rate s 11 percent -- is one of just six states that track the problem, they sayyit's like den bacteria in aahospitallthat actually reates havoc, but we doo't know t because we're kindergarten and in high in - school. and low income students are morr likely to miss class -- often due to transportation or health issues and somettmes beeause they have to work or take care of family memmers. we have to te
the next batch of rain in its way into maryland. first, a live look at ocean city from the grand hotel. >> no doubt you remember the megamillions craziness from april when a mcdonald's employee claimed to have the winning ticket but never produced it. 14 of her co-workers that were part of the lottery pool are suing her, claiming that not only did she have the winning ticket, but she and her lawyer came up with the and elaborate plan to have the three public school teachers come forward to attending to be the winners to throw everyone else off. lottery officials left after hearing of the lawsuit, saying that the teachers are the verified winners. your daily pick three and pick four numbers are st. ahead -- straight ahead. in "consumer alert," u.s. agriculture economists say that reports of a bacon shortage are misleading. there is no threat of a widespread pork shortage, but consumers can expect to pay more for the meat and in the coming months. the recent drought is affecting pig feed costs. the u.s. agriculture department has slashed its forecast for corn output to 10.8 bushels, poli
at oriole park's we will be talking about what happens for the forecast as they headed to new york city. first, look at what is happening on the radar. a lot of rain showers still continuing. the rain showers extend into philadelphia and into new york city as well. a wet start to the day, but things should be improving in the next few hours as the rain starts to ship off to the east. a cool start to the day. everyone else basically in the 40's right now. b.w.i. at 48. westminster checking in at 45 as well. close to the 30's and prospered and oakland. -- in frostberg and oakland. everyone else with clout coverage today. the eastern shore deals with the rain showers a little bit longer, at least through lunchtime. i should be a little bit milder but the afternoon. mostly cloudy with a little bit later on. that is all the clouds you see right now across the dakotas and into the great lakes region. this one is starved of moisture. when it comes to the mid- atlantic, not a lot of rain associated with it. the front basically falls apart as it passes through baltimore and into new york city ju
from rookie pinch hitter tyler moore. washington beat st. louis 3-2 in the city's first post season game since 1933. >> it was fun, i think the atmosphere was great, the fans here some of the best fans in baseball, so it is a great place to play. >> every time you win a game, it is huge. they played in a playoff game or the wild card game before. i think it was good for us to get a w. >> it is baseball, there is no science behind it. baseball just about controlling your heartbeat and you know, we did that today. >> now among the 47,000 people packing busch stadium yesterday there was also a group of vocal nats fans. game two against the cardinals starts at 4:37 p.m. and then our first home game of the series is of course on wednesday at noon. something i think all of us here in washington are looking forward to. mike and andrea? >> of course we are looking forward to it. >> that is going to be a tough ticket on get on wednesday. the success of all of our sports team in the region has been a good thing for local businesses. specifically you know at the sports bars and restaurants. th
in the first place. >> tom: in cities across the u.s., the biggest mortgage lender, wells fargo looking to mend its image after accusations it steered minority homebuyers into sub-prime loans. the bank's strategy is to help certain home buyers with their down payments. as diane eastabook reports cities like chicago are hoping the grants could be a first step in turning around distressed neighborhoods. >> all of you out there probably know what your numbers are. >> reporter: these chicagoans are lining up for what could be a chance of a lifetime. they're applying for $15,000 grants to be used for the purchase of a home. the money is coming from wells fargo and it's part of multi- million dollar national fair lending settlement between the bank, the u.s. justice department, and several states including illinois. >> the programs desire and intent was not only to spark not only the market, but to spark people's imagination to get them interested in buying a home again. >> reporter: the $8 million set aside for the chicago grants could help revitalize neighborhoods hard hit by the housing crisis. to
city, on frank first at handover street. if you are traveling through the tunnels, no problems through the fort mc henry or harbor tunnel. harrisburg expressway, here is a live look, north of the beltway, not too many cars. a nice ride once you get onto the jfx in to the city, no delays now. 11 minutes from the beltway down to fayette street. if you are traveling on 695, here is what it looks like in overly, bel air, inner loop 95. >>> five things you need to know on this tuesday morning for example you have been to the pump, you may notice a drop in the cost of fuel. nationwide, the average cost for a gallon of gas is $3.80, two cents lower than a week ago. the average per gallon around baltimore, stands at $3.68 , the price is above the $0.37 higher than it was this time a year ago. >>> recall on peanut butter maybe bigger than first thought. the list includes nut butters made with almonds, cash cashews and sesame seeds. >>> lance armstrong is coming to our area. armstrong is taking part in a cancer survival panel at centennial high school at howard county and taking part in a triath
game looking for their first road win of the season. kansas city is notorious for a raucous cloud. they're going to utilize the no-model spread offense. it will have to keep the crowd quiet. to get back in the game has to make it more harder to run the new-model offense. -- no-huddle offense. >> we have to be able to see when and how much we use it. >> much more with the ravens one on one. you can hear that interview following tonight's newscast on 98 rock and you can see the interview tonight on wbal +. the huge week under way with the orioles, game two against the tampa bay rays. let's go down to florida with pete gilbert who has more. >> we have the orioles, yankees, rangers, and the a's. also we know detroit. they can still win the a.l. east but have to win their last two games. they can still host a wild card game, and that seems to be really good thing. yap to think about chris davis, how far he has come. but all he ever wanted. >> he basically said he was going to give me a chance to prove myself. >> let's take a look at the records. the yankees have a tie-breaker against texas.
. it will be in the first week of november before the new york city subway system. 468 station and 68 plus miles of track can reopen. they have been closed since before the storm. jfk airport will possibly open up. we don't know when la guardia or newark airport will open up back for business. airport in boston started slowly the take off and landings. but the tuesday total of cancellation. 18,000 in one day . a lot of folks lost their homes including more than 100 in a fire in breezy point, queens. the damage could top 20 billion and 20 or 30 billion in lost business. those numbers are huge that experts are hoping could be and might be off set by the cost of a repair and rebuilding. back to you in new york. >> thank you, peter. we told you about atlantic city, but just south of there. parts of ocean city, new jersey boardwalk also swept away . sandy swept away much of the town. we are joined where clean up is under way, stephanie. >> it is bad here in ocean city . the bay on one side and ocean on the other. it looks like i am standing on the beach but we are on the fifth street acess point to the boardw
this city has seen before. for the first time since 9/11, all bridges and tunnels leading in and out of the city are closed down, and this is what manhattan looks like tonight. eerily dark and quiet as this massive superstorm has left half of the city without power and partially under water. at nyu hospital one of the biggest in the city and the country, the backup generators have failed forcing rescue personnel to evacuate patients. this historic storm tonight is wreaking havoc up and down the atlantic seaboard from the carolinas to connecticut, claiming at least ten lives so far. flooding entire towns, causing blackouts across the midatlantic and midwest and snoerms frwstor maryland to tennessee. juju chang spent the day in lower manhattan and comes to us from the dangerously flooded streetings. what is the latest? >> reporter: we've sent much of this evening wading through the floodwaters ofmanhattan, through the evacuation zone, this storm now has the dubious distinction of setting a record for a record storm surge but it's deceptively calm now, not a lot of rain or wind, we're p
initiatiies for the city's school district. "i saw him on the first day of school and one of the teachers who knew him said 'this boo ann days and days,' and we approached him and said this diffeeent school year for you. we expect to see you here."in eighth grade, williams missed just five days of school.the he's now a sophomoreein high school with perfeet attendance especially in math."i got bs, and b-plusses nd one a."a johns hopkins universsty study estimates 5 to 7 and a half &pmillion k-12 students are chronicaaly absent each year. that means they miss one &pmaryland ---where the rate is 11 percent -- is one of just six states that track the issue."it's sort of a hidddn problem,,they say it's like actually creates havoc, buu we don't now ii because we're absences are most common in kindergarten and in high school.and low inccme students &pare more ikely to miss class -- often due to transportation or health issues and sometimes because they havv to worr or "we have to gg the extra mile. we're texting parents now, the school system tself is textiiggprincipals and saying you know there
fashion week, the first time the city has hosted such an event. it kicked off today with a fashion show that featured collections by 15 designers from africa. the event was organized by a french designer who was born in senegal. she said african designers are often underrepresented in the fashion world and she wanted to bring their talents and their achievements to a global audience. the show heads to montreal next month, and then to brazil in march. >>> when we come right back, a liquor store customer comes to the rescue of a clerk after an out-of-control truck kraeshs right into the store. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. >>> it's still early october, but as you can see, some folks are already hitting the slopes. the ski run is coated with 24 inches of the white stuff. thanks to machines. not mother nature. and while minnesota is a popular ski area, this is one of the earliest openings for that region. kind of weir
. >> top of a depression number 18. you are just starting to see some circulation here. first, here is an live look at ocean city. you can see the boardwalk and one person out on the beach right now. 64 at b.w.i. thurgood marshall. alert,"day's "consumer halloween is one of this curious knights of the year for parents to chance of being hit by a car is higher on halloween than any other night of the year. if your child is wearing a dark- colored cost him, and reflective tape so that they can be seen. make sure it the custom is made of non-flammable materials. it is also important to avoid pointy toys. with halloween just days away, you may be getting your pets ready for trick-or-treating, or looking for a dog at sitter or a new brand of chow. new apps make pet owners' li ves easier. >> bruce is on a dog vacay. >> he is an entertaining personality. >> they are not his owners, they are dog sitters. dogvacay.com -- you can search for host families in your neighborhood, check out credentials, even to a meet and greet. >> they asked how many dogs we had in the past, do we have any dogs n
down here. >> if the sich wawingtuations changes we will be the first to tell you. >> view video on the city docks in annapolis. the water swelled and leaked over the wall and took the town over. stores here in downtown have high water marks and this one won't erase the memory or the mark of isabel. there is some damage in ocean city, but they are cleaning up, not rebuilding. we have more from there tonight. >> reporter: power is still out in large sections but the flood waters have begun to recede and no injuries or deaths. now is the time for a big cheen up. this is where the bar and restaurant at the bay side got hit hard by the hurricane. >> the gazebo is gone and the board walk they were rebuilding is in a parking lot. they did salvage the new angles. they hope to reopen by this weekend. >> let's get at it. >> reporter: crews have been restoring power and a large part of the pier did fall victim and they will inspect the dew system that held back sandy and want to make sure it can hold pack the next one. >> we will go back and see if it needs immediately or it can wait. >> r
, the city first of all they are doing a great job, emergency services. a day in advance, we were able to fit in all the events and functions, but the transportation was a little problem. robert: the owner and operator here at battery garden restaurants. if you are walking around grand central, you may recognize his face from uncle paul's pizza they delivered all the way downtown to our very hungry fox crew. liz: thank you to him. i have been to that wonderful battery gardens restaurant many times. he does a great job, fantastic. thanks to him and all the business owners that who are really putting up the good fight here. speaking of which, you wonder when the markets will start again. will they reopen wednesday? that's the plan right now. you look at the big board and you just see zero, nothing is moving. charlie gasparino was on this story early this morning. >> i think from what i understand it, i'm getting news from exchange officials, there is a 99.9% chance the market ts will be open wednesday. the last thing they want is three days. there's no rule here. we have checked this out. there
say the men abducted several victims from bus stops in baltimore county and the city. the first two cases involved teen girls who were abducted from a bus stop in catensville, held at gunpoint and then sexually assaulted. then a man and woman were abducted near a mta bus stop in the city. the woman was robbed and then let go. >> very traumatic to me and it's also very scary that you can't stand on a street corner to get a bus and not feel safe. >>reporter: now, police believe there may be more victims who have yet to come forward. if this case sounds familiar to you, please call police in baltimore county or the city. we're live at county headquarters, linda stow, abc 2 news. >>> baltimore police are on hunt this morning for an escaped prisoner. according to police, the unidentified man ran off last night while being transported in the northeast district. they say the prisoner who was still wearing handcuffs when he got away was still seen in a wooded area in the 900 block of argon drive. >>> good news for those of you living in west baltimore, truck 10 will stay open. officials
the chiefs yesterday in kansas city the first time since november of 2009. the ravens did not score a touchdown. but, again, they find a way to win the game. it was definitely not pretty. kansas city turned the ball over four times including a fumble on the goal line from matt cassel. oh, man, ed reeve scoots it up. returns it to the 12. one of four kansas city turnovers. drives 80 rds yeah. ends with justin tucker's 26-yard field goal. 9-6, the ravens in trouble. third and 15 from his own 15. joe flacco, remember last year against the patriots in the afc championship. ran for a couple of big first downs. none bigger this year than that one. the ravens run out the clock. they win 9-6, john harbaugh and the ravens now 4 and 1 on the year. >> 4 and 1 on the season. >> we did what we needed to do to win the game. that's what's important. that's the main thing. we should celebrate that. our guys did find a way to win. if you look at it, there were games last year, truthfully, we won four in a row against teams that maybe we weren't expecting to win on the road. and the ones we lost on t
of things that the city will tolerate. that's the first and most important fact. we put the center back together. it took $1 million to renovate this building. we wanted to make sure people understand the sacrifice angela and her husband and the children made, we want to make sure the message is sent out that the city won't tolerate this kind of behavior. we anticipate the 10th anniversary of the dawson murders, it was devastating to all of us, i was there that night. it affected the pain i feel today it has not changed when you see five kids taken out of a house. it's the kind of thing we don't want to have happen in the city again. >> thank you for joining us this morning and talking to us. we appreciate it. that event to honor the family kicks off at 6:00 tonight. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> been re than a month since the terror attack in libya. >> a member of the obama administration is taking the blame. why hilary clinton says the responsibility rests with her. >>> it's been more than a month since attack on the united states consulate in libya. it killed four americans includi
. to marvin gross, 45 yards to go to the touchdown. dunbar is the winner over poly. city and edmundston, before the storm, the first quarter, damon barnes, a touchdown, 6-0, edmonton. 60 yards and a touchdown, edmonton. city finally catches a break. try robinson not to dion. . it puts the game to bed. marcellus pack -- going the other way, 46 yards. edmonton over their rival city. central valley high, field goal, good from 67 yards. 4 yards longer than the longest yard in nfl history. not the longest in high school history. it was crucial his team won, 62- 65. a must win for the giants as they trail the cardinals' three- one. the giants have already won three elimination games in the postseason. in st. louis, crawford back of the box. pomelo sandoval made it 3-0. top of the, sandoval, just fair and gone. a solo shot. forces in game 6. please stay with us for another check of the forecast right after this. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious vi
: for baltimore. 3 3 map fiber map 3 & 3 3 & first on fox... some &pinternal docuuents from city schhols show criiee like havinggloaded weapons on scchol property,... and assaults with knives... are &pgoing un-reported to police. police. jjel dd.smith is &plive in west baltimmre with the urprrsiig amount of iicidents and the reason why the school leaders says the policy actuaaly makes the morning joel d. good morning guys, .. the &pdirector of student ssfety says zero tolerance is not the only way to deal with crimmss in thh schools, soomany crimes... like actually finding a loaded 9 milimeter weapon here at carver hiih school... are going unreported po police. police..nstead there is now an pnternal procedure.... an" in house peferral system" that has pushed at leaat 147 cases of assault and 47 caaes of law enforcemmnn. fewerr reporttd crimes could amountt to fewer uspensions and that caa keep a pottntially violent school off the state's persistaatly dangerous school list.. the head f student safety in the city defends he practice, ssying zero to handle problems.when we showed what
in zone a and there are hundreds more in shelters across the city. first i want to thank those who are taking quick action to ensure their own safety and to make it easier for the rest of us. i want to thank all the people that are here working, they are volunteers and doing a phenomenal job and i would like to give everybody a little bit more of an update on the city's preparation for hurricane sandy right now. the hurricane -- earlier today i signed an executive order for t the mandatory evacuation of homes and businesses in -- the low lying coastal areas of the city. to reiterate what are the low-lying areas, zone a included manhattan beach along the east river in brooklyn, all of the rock aways and also hamilton beach and broad channels in queens, all of the coastline in staten island, city island, and another patch of the south bronx, battery park city, and stretches of the the west side water front and of the lower east side village in manhattan. there are two maps on display there, which we have and which we're trying to get. which show the areas as zone a, but the bottom li
of times. this is the first time i've done one in new york city, and it's in a lot of ways a different animal. you learn how fragile a big city can be, a big strong city like this. it's just different, and that surge, as i said, was really something to behold. >> yeah. >> scott cohn, thank you very much. see you later. >>> coming up next, hurricane sandy hitting long island's massapequa hard tonight turning streets into rivers. more on how the storm is ravaging the northeast and how refineries are being affected as well. we'll be back in two minutes. >>> welcome back. sandy has closed several of the region's major refineries. here's a look at the process to reopen these fuel centers. cnbc's sharon epperson has more. >> reporter: getting a refinery back online after a full shutdown due to a hurricane or major storm can be a lengthy multi-phase operation. the first step, returning evacuated personnel to the refinery, could take a few days depending on conditions and surrounding areas. once on location, the crew evaluates the storm damage, like flooding or downed power lines. if the power
? >>> from new york city, newlywed blake lively's first public appearance since saying "i do." >> life is great. >>> whatever happened to shelley long? >> he looks kind of familiar. >> sam and diane together again. >> i hate you. >> are you as turned on as i am? >> more! >> they're long-awaited reunion and the truth behind shelley's "cheers" exit. >> they didn't offer me that until i had already made my decision to leave.
his mark. first, thodges batts will have to get through the confirmation hearings. rosie? >> the city council chamber is packed with not only the city council but others. we get to hear from acting commissioner anthony batts. he has an interesting resume. he is also a lecturer at harford and has a ph.d in public administration. he said crime is more than stats and numbers that crime is about people. he wants to impact people and neighborhoods in this city. here's what he had to say. >> sharing my goal to build on positive community interaction. earning count trust will come with time and with hard work and our actions will speak louder than our words. without trust from the public we cannot and we will not succeed. >> one of the things that he also talked about, he says he wants to change a few things in the city, some of the internal structures. he said there's also a need to basically improve some of the physical aspect, vehicles, radio system. he wants to build a good working relationship with the union and the community and that hearing is continuing. council is about to start ask
and the city. the first two cases involved teen girls who were abducted from a bus stop in catensville, held at gunpoint and sexually assaulted. then just the other day police say the suspects abducted a man and a woman near the mta bus stop on liberty heights in the city. the man was able to get away quickly, the woman was robbed and then let go. similar cases prompted detectives in both the city and county to start working together and that's how they tracked down the suspects. baltimore city detectives were able to get a partial tag, officers from both jurisdictions began to work together, investigating these incidents. they were able to identify the owner of the vehicle used and connect one of the suspects to the owner. >>reporter: now, police believe that there may be more victims out there that have yet to come forward. if these cases sound familiar to you, please call police in baltimore county or the city. we're live at county police headquarters, linda stow, abc 2 news. >>> it looked like a makeshift zoo in pasadena, 40 animals were pulled out of the home, not just dogs and birds,
and the city. the first two cases involve teen girls who were abducted from a bus stop in catensville, held at gunpoint and sexually assaulted. just the other day police say the suspects abducted a man and a woman near the mta bus stop on liberty heights in the city. the man was able to get away pretty quickly, the woman was robbed and then let go. >> very traumatic and it's also very scary that you can't stand on the street corner to get a bus and not feel safe. >>reporter: now, police believe there are more victims out there who have yet to come forward. if these cases sound familiar to you, please call police in baltimore county or the city. we're live at county police headquarters, linda stow, abc 2 news. >>> seven minutes after 6:00 right now. we do want to let you know that due to the fog there are several delays this morning. cecil county schools on a two- hour delay, no morning pre-k there. >>> also coming up this morning, tonight is going to be a very big night. >>> and the first of three presidential debates will take place. we'll tell you what to expect and what issues will be
of the city. the first stop? a tree down near the historic home of frederick douglass. >> i think we're in good shape. we've had minimal flooding up to now. this is still a threat over the next four to eight hours of some flooding on the potomac. >> reporter: the mayor's group headed to northeast where we found crews removing this tree from ebart street. residents thankful it was only a car damaged when the tree came down. >> the most important thing, there's no life lost and that's the main thing. >> reporter: because of the strong winds last night and early this morning, there are trees down across the district, but the good news, as soon as they came down, there were crews to pick them up. crews working right here on calvert street northwest removing a big tree here. even with all the downed trees no one was injured and power outages were restored quickly for the most part. >> they were here as soon as i woke up, so we're pretty happy with their response. >> it's obvious pepco was taking this event very seriously and i want to commend them. >> reporter: back out live here in up
the first floors in ocean city. talking about the response, we expect to get an update from ocean city officials about 10:00 this morning on the condition and the efforts underway. already this morning we have seen ocean city police and members of the national guard driving along the boardwalk to check out the conditions and to make sure nobody is out here this morning. that is the big concern, for safety and for flooding out here. talking about that in general, we have mandatory evacuations for areas south of this point where we are. 8:00 last night is when there were told to leave by. if you of not been able to leave by now, you have to stay in place. they've closed the bridge from 50 to be able to get in and out. if you are still here, you'll have to stay through the duration of the storm. there were voluntary evacuations for low-lying areas along the delmarva peninsula for people concerned about flooding. we have seen areas boarded up for a precaution for what will come our way. the big concern is we are already starting to see what we're seeing during the height of irene. and we a
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 470 (some duplicates have been removed)